Henderson Park Farm Retreat

Rockhampton, Rockhampton Area

Indicative Rate * AU$195 to AU$275

Henderson Park, a fifth generation family run working cattle property, is uniquely positioned just 10 minutes off the East Coast Highway and 30 minutes north of Rockhampton, Central Queensland.

Join an educational property tour, simply unwind or take a break from travelling. Go on a bush walk, see wildlife and cattle in their natural environment, go canoeing, swimming, fishing (creek is stocked with Barramundi!) and admire the stunning sunset and evening bird song.

There are three styles of fully self contained accommodation available. Luxurious accommodation is provided in an intimate setting at Hedlow Lodge, which boasts 180 degree views over the property and water from the spacious communal deck. Four queen ensuited rooms are available in Hedlow Lodge.

Their Pioneer Style Cabins are cosy and timber lined with private verandahs also overlooking beautiful Hedlow Creek. Two cabins are available each with different bedding configuration.

Their heritage style Barrett House is the original homestead on Henderson Park, which as been recently renovated. This house can sleep up to eight people and is perfect for large families or groups travelling together.

Hosts Annika and Ryan and the Henderson Park team are waiting to welcome you to their little piece of paradise!

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
88 CH Barretts Road
Barmoya
Rockhampton, Rockhampton Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Cabin

Two well presented fully self contained timber cabins. Cabin One sleeps five people with a separate queen bedroom and a fold out sofa and a single bed in the main living room. Cabin Two sleeps four people in an open plan with a queen bed and double fold out sofa. Both cabins overlook Hedlow Creek which is a beautiful nine kilometre waterway, with spectacular views of volcanic plugs of a bygone era.

Lodge Room

Four immaculate, spacious modern en suite rooms that sleep four people in a queen and two king single beds. The lodge has wheel chair accessible accommodation and facilities. The rooms have a ceiling fan and have been designed to utilise air flow and are fully insulated, with extensive views over the gardens and water. Bar fridge and tea/coffee facilities supplied in each room.

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